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'My husband and I feel almost guilty to eat 'normal' food'

Ruby Banerjea’s diary of a reluctantly exercising mom. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh As I lay sprawled out on my recliner, nursing a bag of ice on my knee, I had just one question to myself: What was I thinking? It all started at the doctor’s office. My physician had subtly suggested losing a few pounds would be the best for all my issues. “I do exercise… at home...” I had tried to protest. “Well, I’m sure you do, Mrs Banerjea, but why not step it up ..., 2 months ago

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She rejected me. Can I still be her friend?

Love guru took questions from you, our readers, today. Here is the unedited transcript of the chat. The thing about love is that there are no rules. Which can make things fun… or terribly tricky. Which is where our very own Love Guru comes in! Every week Love Guru will advise you on the matters of the heart. Here's some advice for those in love: Guddy For the past few months, I have been bouncing back and forth between two guys. I think it's time for me to make a decision. The problem: I ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Medha and Meera: A glimpse of the future

AAP candidates from Mumbai Medha Patkar and Meera Sanyal are poised to play a crucial and complementary role. While Patkar gives voice to the suffering of people at the grassroots, Sanyal is articulating the key principles that could build a more just and equitable society or economy, says Rajni Bakshi. In a sharply polarising election campaign there is one story of contrasts that is rich with more of the promise than the peril of India's future. Meera Sanyal, formerly a senior executive in a ...
 Rediff.com6 hours ago

Dead men walking, on voters' list!

While Pune's biggest election-related complaint was names of thousands of voters missing from electoral rolls, some even faced the tragedy of finding themselves listed as dead persons. Voters had a tough time convincing the election officers that they were ...
 DNA4 days ago

Traditional doesn't have to be old-fashioned!

There are many ways to wear a saree - Bengali, Gujarati, Maharashtrian, etc., and all these styles have a different appeal and allure of their own. Although wearing a saree is said to be a time-consuming task, it is still the first pick, especially as a ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

'Dokhiganj Shwashan Baddhyabhumi Dibash' observed in Rangpur

(BSS) - The "Dokhiganj Shwashan Baddhyabhumi Dibash" (DSBD) was observed here today with a stronger call for immediate completion of the war crimes trial for building a razakar-free Bangladesh. Rangpur Divisional unit of "Muktijuddher Smriti ...
 Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha2 weeks ago
India Today

Playing Safe: Day 1 at Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week

Ekta Marwaha March 27, 2014| UPDATED16:51 IST In its recent edition, Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week (WIFW) Autumn-Winter 2014 witnessed a kick start with ace designer Tarun Tahiliani's collection. Of course, the show had to begin ...
 India Today3 weeks ago

Battle for 'wall' shifts to Net

KOLKATA: Fight over 'walls' ahead of elections have gone digital with posters and slogans mocking and attacking the opponent flooding social networking pages. Veterans, however, rue the extinction of the catchy limerick campaigns of the good old ...
 Times of India1 month ago
Business Standard India

Nilanjana S Roy: The pirate wars

One of the very few regrets I harbour about my journalism career is that I did not have the foresight to be in the Delhi High Court in 1996, when the case of Raja Pocket Books vs Radha Pocket Books was heard in front of their learned Lordships. ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago

Tough times are opportunities to learn, says Yash Birla

Yashovardhan Birla, chairman of the Yash Birla Group, had a lively interaction with readers when he hosted an exclusive chat on Tuesday. A tragic twist of fate handed Birla a vast empire of companies, when his parents and sister died in a plane crash in Bangalore. He was just 22 years old and still a student in a college in North Carolina, USA. During the chat, Birla discussed how he fights troubled times, his deep belief in spirituality and his faith in true love. Here is the ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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